ghosts: The planet is so old, and so many people died that we are still surrounded by them. They are our memory. They are around us.
Keywords: ghost, collective memory; death
|687 - IICADOM|
Keywords: 8/ COLLECTIVE MEMORY
|698 - IICADOM|
Keywords: 8/ COLLECTIVE MEMORY; TV
|677 - IICADOM|
(TV-recording) Flintstones + Emma Peel
Keywords: 8/ COLLECTIVE MEMORY; GERMANY; Flintstones,TV,TV show
|676 - IICADOM|
Keywords: 8/ COLLECTIVE MEMORY; THE NETHERLANDS; beat,singing,TV
|The Collective Memory of the Future - Cat People|
Free-improv noise from Jessica Calleiro and Ben Collins as Cat People.
Keywords: Cat People; The Collective Memory of the Future; Jessica Calleiro; Ben Collins; Uncle Owen Aunt Beru; SFCD; Improv; noise
|Archival Shadows - Martin el-Toukhy|
Keywords: archive; modern technology; robots; rail transport; remote control; visual culture; manipulation; collective memory; technology history; university of copenhagen; actress (music); mashup; video remix
|Memory and Cultural Identity: Negotiating Modernity in Nadeem Aslam's "Maps for Lost Lovers."[Pakistaniaat: A Journal of Pakistan Studies, Vol 2, No 2 (2010): pp. 18-35] - David Waterman|
Waterman analyzes the fundamental issues in Nadeem Aslam's novel Maps for Lost Lovers (2004), which becomes a microcosm of contemporary Pakistan, in its attempt to define itself on alien land. He highlights the essential question: "To what end will we use collective memory?"; as the novel explores the discord between past and present, the competing myths of traditional and modern, highlighting the very real dangers when memory has not been put to good use, provoking a collision of cultural ident...
Keywords: cultural trauma; contact zone; clash of civilizations; diaspora; western culture; Pakistani culture; cultural plurality; transcultural world; collective memory; Islamic traditionalism; siege mentality; immigrants; identity issues; honor killing
|Digital Sound Cultures: Critical Podcast Series - DMST 3570|
Students of Professor Trace Reddell's "Digital Sound Cultures" class produced this series of podcasts exploring the intersections of technology, music and sound, and some of the different cultures of production, musicianship and reception. Individual podcasts introduce the listener to such diverse topics as the Acoustic Ecology movement and soundwalks (by Andrew Baldwin); Diamanda Galas's appropriations and interpretations of the poetry of Charles Baudelaire (by Roxi Carter); Sound Tribe Sector ...
Keywords: podcasts; dmst 3570; digital sound cultures; trace reddell; digital media studies; acoustic ecology; Francisco Lopez; Annea Lockwood; Barry Truax; soundwalks; Diamanda Galas; Charles Baudelaire; Yvette Mimeux; Ruth White; The Cure; Sound Tribe Sector Nine; STS9; new media; Jaron Lanier; collective memory; DJ Spooky; Low End Theory; Lunice; Daedelus; Daddy Kev; Lazer Sword; Hyphy; Thievery Corporation; Radio Retaliation; planetary vibration; Project Peace on Earth; Gurmukh; authenticity; pop music; Marvin Gaye; T-Pain; Cher; Katie Couric; auto-tune; lip-syncing